Premier League TV fixtures for Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year

Premier League TV fixtures for Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year

The Premier League has released fixtures for the busy festive period, which covers Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year. 

There will be plenty of live-action, with fans allowed for the first time to stream live on Amazon’s streaming platform, Prime Video, in addition to many more matches on Sky Sports and BT Sport.

Here is the busy schedule;

Tuesday 3 December

  • Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth (Amazon Prime)
  • Burnley vs Man City (Amazon Prime)

Wednesday 4 December

  • Leicester vs Watford, Wolves vs West Ham, Southampton vs Norwich, Chelsea vs Aston Villa, Man Utd vs Tottenham (Amazon Prime)
  • Liverpool vs Everton (Amazon Prime)

Thursday 5 December

  • Sheffield Utd vs Newcastle (Amazon Prime)
  • Arsenal vs Brighton (Amazon Prime)

Saturday 7 December

  • Everton v Chelsea (BT Sport)
  • Man City v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

Sunday 8 December

  • Aston Villa v Leicester (Sky Sports), Newcastle v Southampton, Norwich v Sheff Utd
  • Brighton v Wolves (Sky Sports)

Monday 9 December

  • West Ham v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Saturday 14 December

  • Liverpool v Watford (BT Sport)
  • Southampton v West Ham (Sky Sports)

Sunday 15 December

  • Man Utd v Everton (Sky Sports)
  • Wolves v Spurs
  • Arsenal v Man City (Sky Sports)

Monday 16 December

  • Crystal Palace v Brighton (Sky Sports)

Saturday 21 December

  • Everton vs Arsenal (BT Sport)
  • Man City vs Leicester (Sky Sports)

Sunday 22 December

  • Watford vs Man Utd (Sky Sports)
  • Tottenham vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)

Boxing Day 2019

  • Tottenham vs Brighton (Amazon Prime)
  • Bournemouth vs Arsenal, Chelsea vs Southampton, Aston Villa vs Norwich, Everton vs Burnley, Sheffield Utd vs Watford (Amazon Prime)
  • Man Utd vs Newcastle (Amazon Prime)
  • Leicester vs Liverpool (Amazon Prime)

Friday 27 December

  • Wolves vs Man City (Amazon Prime)

Saturday 28 December

  • Brighton vs Bournemouth (Sky Sports)
  • Southampton vs Crystal Palace, Newcastle vs Everton, Watford vs Aston Vill
  • Norwich vs Tottenham (Sky Sports), West Ham vs Leicester City
  • Burnley vs Manchester United (BT Sport)

Sunday 29 December

  • Arsenal vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)
  • Liverpool vs Wolves (Sky Sports)
  • Manchester City vs Sheffield United

New Year’s Day 2020 (all BT Sport)

  • Brighton vs Chelsea, Burnley vs Aston Vill
  • Newcastle vs Leicester City, Southampton vs Tottenham, Watford vs Wolves
  • Manchester City vs Everton, Norwich City vs Crystal Palace, West Ham vs Bournemouth
  • Arsenal vs Manchester United

2 January 2020

  • Liverpool vs Sheffield United (BT Sport)

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